Opinion

W.Va. governor debate was a bit different

Editorial

If you watched or listened to the televised debate last week between the two leading contenders for governor of West Virginia, chances are that unless you are a true policy wonk, you learned something about both of them.Both Republican Bill Cole and Democrat Jim Justice expounded upon their ...

Restore local government funding

Letters To The Editor

Dear Editor:Drug addiction is costly. It costs a person everything to maintain: money, health, relationships - and sometimes your life.Drug addiction costs our communities as well. All types of criminal activity are a result of drug trafficking and addiction.Our law enforcement can't keep up ...

‘Drive-By Media’

Letters To The Editor

Dear Editor:Accusations are easy to make but hard to prove, so when proof is no longer a requirement, the allegation becomes part of the narrative - a talking point. This means it is the "seriousness of the indictment" taking on a life of its own with truth and facts as meaningless cumbersome ...

Ties that bind

Letters To The Editor

Dear Editor:Huma Abedin started as an intern for Hillary Clinton in the White House. While interning she also worked as associate editor for her family's radical journal in Saudi Arabia, the "Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs."Huma was associate editor from 1996-2008 with her name on the ...

Municipal fee worth paying

Letters To The Editor

Dear Editor:Have you ever wondered why someone would throw gasoline on a fire instead of water? I have and I wondered what was the ultimate goal, what's the motive? What does one gain from this?I am referring to the proposed municipal fee in Chester. I wonder why anyone would go the lengths to ...

Voices heard with Dyce in office

Letters To The Editor

Dear Editor:There is only one candidate for state representative who is interested in the welfare of working men and women in Columbiana County and he has a record to prove it. That man is John Dyce.John's involvement on behalf of workers was seen in his tireless efforts to win repeal of Senate ...

International Carrier Day

Editorial

It's important we take time today to salute those newspaper carriers, motor route drivers and bundle haulers for their hard work and dependability in making sure The Review reaches your home.It takes a special kind of dedication and commitment to deliver the newspaper day-in and day-out.Many ...

Speak up and speak out

Local Columns

No More!" Have you heard this statement lately? Have you seen the ads on TV? It is once again that time of year to repeat that phrase because October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. It is that time of year to speak up and speak out. It is that time of year to encourage victims, ...

Taking action to prevent school violence

Editorial

Lots of people in nearby Jefferson County ought to be patting themselves on the back this week. They also ought to be delighted at the number of their neighbors who had the same thought when they saw or heard of a Facebook posting Monday night: Let someone in authority know.A Buckeye Local High ...

Setting the record straight in Ohio

Local Columns

With less than five weeks until the presidential election, it is important that all Ohioans have the facts about election procedures so you know what is being done to make Ohio a state where it's easy to vote and hard to cheat.FACT: The deadline to register to vote is Tuesday, Oct. 11, and it ...